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Ireland by bike in May - did we need a reservation in advance ?

Ireland by bike in May - did we need a reservation in advance ?

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Hi,
after 25 years me and a friend want to go cycling in Ireland in May. 25 years ago we cycled until we had enough and than we are looking for a B&B respectively we asked person for overnight accommodation. That was no problem, all Irish people are so kindly to us.
That is our plan for this year too. But... is it possible doing this in the year 2020 ? Is it possible to find a accommodation for the night without a reservation ? Thanks for your answers.

One question more:
Do you have a tip for the bike rental in Dublin ? Thanks again.



Posted Sat 4 Jan 2020 6:07 PM
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Hallo Matthias,

Es freut mich sehr das du nach 25 Jahren wieder nach Irland kommen möchtest. Ich hoffe, du machst auch bei diesem Urlaub wieder so gute Erfahrungen wie bei deinem letzten Trip. 😉

While travelling spontaneously is always a possibility, it is usually best to have a rough idea of where you'd like to stop each evening, especially in the summer months, since it allows you to search for options in advance. For example, I like to recommend the “semi-spontaneous” approach; you could map out your upcoming route of the day over breakfast, and once you know where you'd like to arrive that evening, you could then search for the next room and make your reservation. 🏰

But since you will be visiting us during low season in May it should be fine to find your accommodation like you did last time. You can find all tourist board approved accommodations on our website. (just in case)

On our general information page about biking in Ireland you will find a link to Dublin Bikes as well. And if you need more information about cycling tours in Ireland, have a look at the Irish Trail page! 🚴

 Und jetzt bleibt mir nur noch dir viel Spaß zu wünschen!

Zoey ☘
Posted Mon 6 Jan 2020 11:10 AM
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Hallo Mathias,

bin nunmehr schon 30 Jahre in Irland und organisiere Radreisen  (www.greenmarbletours.com). Bis auf ein paar Ausnahmen sollte es kein Problem sein jeden Abend spontan B&B Unterkunft zu finden. Der erste Montag im Juni ist hier Feiertag es ist das June bank-holiday week-end, an diesen Tagen kann es sein dass mehr ausgebucht ist, und ich wuerde vorschlagen dass man vielleicht schon am Vortag am naechsten Ort anruft um sich zu sein dass man noch ein Bett fuer die Nacht hat.

Zwecks Radmiete - falls Ihr sehr gute deutsche Stevens Raeder fuer die moechtet dann setzt Euch doch einfach mit mir in Verbindung, wir sind zwar in der Naehe von Galway aber koennten die Raeder nach Dublin bringen. 

Viel Spass

Wilma
wilma@greenmarbletours.com

Posted Mon 6 Jan 2020 12:02 PM
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Aww, vielen lieben Dank für deine Unterstützung, Wilma! 💐

Toll das du auf deinen Radverleih hinweist! 🚴 
Organisierte Reisen sind bestimmt für einige Besucher interessant! 😉
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Hallo,
vielen Dank für die schnelle und informative Antwort. Ich werde diese Infos in unsere Planung mal einbeziehen und möglicherweise gerne auf das Angebot mit Leihen zurückkommen. Es wäre sehr gut, wenn die Rückgabe an einem anderen Ort möglich ist, one-way kann man einfach mehr sehen. Vielen Dank nochmal. Wir sind uns über die Gegend noch unklar, würden aber vermutlich gerne im Süden fahren. Gibt es da interessante Touren, Orte, die man gesehen haben muss ?

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Der Süden ist voll mit wunderschönen Orten, 🏰 atemberaubenden Landschaften und tollen Touren, Matthias! 🌳🌳🌳 

Als da wären zum Beispiel Skibbereen, Mizen Head, Beara Peninsula, Portmagee oder auch der Healy Pass nach Dursey Island,
natürlich unser Ring of Kerry, Ballinsskelligs, Dingle Penisula und auch unser Conor Pass. 

Wie lange habt ihr denn für eure Tour eingeplant? Oder entscheidet ihr spontan? 
Posted Thu 9 Jan 2020 10:40 AM
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